Also known as Te Tapu-nui
The walk up Queenstown Hill not only offers great views over the Queenstown region, but also provides a Queenstown history lesson. Informational panels guide you along a Queenstown ‘time walk’, and then culminate in the ‘Basket of Dream’ millenium sculture. You will also pass through Douglas fir forests and see rowan, macrocarpa, eucalyptus and larch growing on the hill.
The walk starts form Belfast Terrace in Queenstown, which is within walking distance from the Queenstown CBD. We advise you get to obtain and up to date weather and track information from the Queenstown DOC office before embarking on this walk.
For further information on this walk, see Time Walk On Queenstown Hill
|Elevation||907 m (2,976 ft)|
|Location/List||South Island, New Zealand|
|Location Coordinates||45° 0′ 33″ S, 168° 41′ 32″ E|
|Translation||Te Tapu-nui: mountain of intense sacredness|
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